Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos: Survivor remains the most-watched show in Canada for an eighth week in 2022. In it’s 42nd edition, the castaway series was No. 1 among all viewers in Canada, in total, Live+7 data, every week in May and three out of four weeks in April. Over a
Survivor keeps living up to its name in Canada. After 22 seasons, it has more No. 1 finishes than other other show this year, The long-running CBS castaway import topped the weekly #Numeris Top-30 in English Canada for the week of May 16-22 with over 1.7 million viewers. There should be an asterix, however. If
As we all know by now, The Toronto Maple Leafs did not survive past the first round of these Stanley Cup playoffs. Maybe that is why Global’s Survivor, and not Sportsnet’s coverage of the Leafs final games against the Tampa Bay Lightning, tops Numeris’ list of the Top 30 TV shows watched in nglish Canada
For the fifth week this season, Survivor was the most-watched show on broadcast TV in all of English Canada. It narrowly edged out 9-1-1 on Global and The Rookie on CTV for top spot among viewers 2+ in Live+7 totals on Numeris’ April 25-May 1 Top-30. There were few surprises among that week’s Top-10 in
As the first full week of the New Year arrived, viewers across Canada welcomed back the mid-season returns of many hour-long imports. 9-1-1: Lone Star topped the English Canada ratings with the Rob Lowe firehouse drama drawing over 1.8 million viewers the week of January 3-9, 2022. Plenty of other usual suspects followed as a
Every May, for over 70 years, the U.S. networks have been announcing what shows will be joining their schedules next fall and which shows will be canceled. This used to be a big deal. Not so much anymore as the network share of the overall TV audience continues to set records in the wrong direction.
The World Junior Hockey Championships did not end up the way many Canadians had hoped, but they still found a big TV audience. The final two games of the tournament drew an average minute audience of over three million Canadians on TSN and other Bell channels. The United States defeated Canada in the WJC final.
More and more Canadians are sticking close to home as they observe self-isolation during this pandemic. Has that led to a spike in TV ratings? A quick look at three days of overnight estimates shows that news viewership has jumped higher so far. Let’s start with last Sunday, March 15: CBC’s The National drew 640,000